Articles by Mark

Hi there ghost chums !!!! Well here goes my ghostie chums,  my 1st attempt at communicating via ‘cyber space’ on the NGI NEW web site. The reason I joined NGI was simple really, I was completely …

Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester, started work on building Rochester Castle around 1087. The History of Rochester Castle The keep (great tower) was built by William de Corbeil, Archbishop of Canterbury, in 1127, when he was granted custody of …

Lissan House

May 20, 2009 // 0 Comments

Lissan house, near Cookstown in county Tyrone was the Staples family home for 400 years, the longest occupation of a single family in a country house in Ireland. The History of Lissan House Despite hard times …

Grace Neill’s in Donaghadee, Co. Down, is reputed to be the oldest original pub in Ireland (though this is contested) – built in 1611 when it was known as “The King`s Arms”. The History of Grace …

Since joining NGI I have been asked on more than one occasion how somebody goes about joining a Paranormal Investigation Group, so I thought I would share with you my thoughts on the matter. There are …

Springhill

May 19, 2009 // 0 Comments

Built in the 17th-century Springhill house, Nr. Moneymore – County Londonderry, was once the home of ten generations of a single family from Ayrshire. The History of Springhill When ‘Good- Will’ Conyngham married sixteen-year-old Ann Upton, her father was determined …

Castle Leslie

May 19, 2009 // 0 Comments

Situated within 1,000 acres of beautiful scenery in Glaslough, Monaghan, Castle Leslie has been home to the Leslie family for over 300 hundred years. One of the oldest of Scotland`s families, whose history can be traced back to …

The Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066, occurred just a few kilometres from the Saxon village of Herste, would be site of Herstmonceux Castle, and changed the course of world history. The History of Herstmonceux Castle …

Since joining NGI I have experienced a few strange things that I cannot explain, however my weirdest experiences happened to me many years ago before NGI was even in existence. It was around 14 years …

The manor was originally a Saxon dwelling given by William the Conqueror to his half-brother, Robert, Count of Mortain. The Penfound family, who took their name from the manor, moved in during the 12th century. …

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